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BERTRAM, George William (1889 - 1969) - Obit - The Austin American (Austin, TX) - 27 Feb 1969, pg. 26
BERTRAM, George William (1889 - 1969) - Obit - The Austin American (Austin, TX) - 27 Feb 1969, pg. 26
"George William Bertram, 79, died Wednesday in a Kerrville hospital. He was a retired master sergeant and served in the US Army for 20 years. He had lived in San Marcos for 37 years.
Funeral will be at 11 a.m. Friday in Weatherford Funeral Home with graveside services at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery at 1:30 p.m. with full military honors.
Surviving is his widow, Mrs. Luta Perry Bertram, San Marcos." 
 
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BIGGS, Lee Vernon (1919 - 1921) - Obit - The Chanute Daily Tribune (Chanute, KS) - 13 Jun 1921, pg.1
BIGGS, Lee Vernon (1919 - 1921) - Obit - The Chanute Daily Tribune (Chanute, KS) - 13 Jun 1921, pg.1
"CHOLERA INFANTUM FATAL.
Vernon, Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Biggs, Dies.

Vernon Biggs, little son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Biggs, living six miles southwest of the city, died Saturday evening from an attack of cholera infantum. Funeral services in charge of W. M. Gray were held yesterday afternoon at Union Valley Church and burial was made in the cemetery there. The child was a year and a half of age." 
 
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BIGGS, Lee Vernon (1919 - 1921) - Obit - The Chanute Daily Tribune (Chanute, KS) - 18 Jun 1921, pg. 4
BIGGS, Lee Vernon (1919 - 1921) - Obit - The Chanute Daily Tribune (Chanute, KS) - 18 Jun 1921, pg. 4
"Lee Vernon Biggs was born Nov. 25, 1919 and passed away June 11, 1921 at the age of 18 months and 17 days. Little Lee was of a cheerful disposition and was always smiling. He leaves to mourn his loss his father and mother, 5 brothers and a sister and a host of friends. We had a little treasure once, he was our joy and pride, we loved him, ah, perhaps too well, for soon he slept and died. All is dark within our dwelling, lonely are our hearts today, for the one we loved so dearly has forever passed away." 
 
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BRENNEMAN, LEWIS F (1842 - 1921) - Obit - The McPherson Daily Republican (McPherson, KS) - 24 Oct 1921, pg. 3
BRENNEMAN, LEWIS F (1842 - 1921) - Obit - The McPherson Daily Republican (McPherson, KS) - 24 Oct 1921, pg. 3
 
 
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DAVIS, Henrietta Raner (1863 - 1929) - Obit - The Progressive-Signal (Greensburg, KS) - 18 Jul 1929, pg. 1
DAVIS, Henrietta Raner (1863 - 1929) - Obit - The Progressive-Signal (Greensburg, KS) - 18 Jul 1929, pg. 1
Obituary for Henrietta DAVIS Raner in The Progressive-Signal (Greensburg, KS) 18 Jul 1929 
 
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EMBICH, John (1816 - 1890) - Obit - Strangled while Coughing - The Valley Spirit (Chambersburg, Pa) - 21 Jan 1890, pg. 3
EMBICH, John (1816 - 1890) - Obit - Strangled while Coughing - The Valley Spirit (Chambersburg, Pa) - 21 Jan 1890, pg. 3
"DEATH CLAIMS HIM
John Embich Dies Near Scotland - Strangled While Coughing.

Mr. John Embich, one of Green township's best known and most respected citizens, died suddenly at his residence one mile east of Scotland this morning at about five o'clock. He had been feeling unwell lately, but when visited by his physician yesterday was unusually bright and cheerful. About two o'clock this morning he was seized with a violent coughing spell, which continued until nearly five o'clock when he died.
Mr. Embich was born in Greenvillage in 1816 and was in his seventy-fourth year. When a young man he learned the fulling trade and worked at it for five years. In 1851 he married Eliza Jane Glass whom he survived by nearly two years. His later years were spent in farming, his chosen profession. He moved to the farm which he now owns in 1873. Mr. Embich was at his death an active member of the Lutheran church at Greenvillage, uniting with that body in 1863. His remains will be interred there Thursday morning at 11 o'clock.
Mr. John Embich is survived by four children. They are Augustus, who resides on what is known as the Kyner farm in Southampton township; George, Mrs. Emma Ott and Mathias, all of whom have resided at home. George Embich and Mrs. Emma Ott were married about Christmas and intended removing to farms near their home in a short time. In Mr. Embich's death his children lose a most kind-hearted father, the community a respected citizen and neighbor and his church a valued member." 
 
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EYE, Martha Highla Raner (1843 - 1905) - Obit - The Pratt Union (Pratt, KS) - 25 May 1905, pg. 1
EYE, Martha Highla Raner (1843 - 1905) - Obit - The Pratt Union (Pratt, KS) - 25 May 1905, pg. 1
"Mrs. Raner Dead.
Mrs. J. M. Raner, who left here recently to spend the summer with her children in California, died very suddenly on Wednesday night of last week.
The telegram received here by Mr. Raner read, "Mother is dead and Kate is very low." The latter was Mrs. Kate Johnson a daughter of Mrs. Raner.
Mr. Raner was in the western part of the state when the telegram came and did not receive it until Saturday night." 
 
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FENIMORE, James Clark (1836 - 1911 - Obit - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) - 11 Mar 1911, pg. 13
FENIMORE, James Clark (1836 - 1911 - Obit - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) - 11 Mar 1911, pg. 13
 
 
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HENTON, Annie Minerva Pegg (1827 - 1904) - Obit - The Saturday Bee (Hutchinson, KS) at Newspapers.com - 3 Dec 1904, pg. 6
HENTON, Annie Minerva Pegg (1827 - 1904) - Obit - The Saturday Bee (Hutchinson, KS) at Newspapers.com - 3 Dec 1904, pg. 6
Obituary for Annie Minerva HENTON Pegg in the Saturday Bee, Hutchinson, KS., 3 Dec 1904. 
 
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HOOPER, William, Jr & SPEGAL, Anna - Marriage Announcement - The Girard Press (Girard, KS) - 16 Nov 1911, pg. 8
HOOPER, William, Jr & SPEGAL, Anna - Marriage Announcement - The Girard Press (Girard, KS) - 16 Nov 1911, pg. 8
"HOOPER-SPEGAL-On the 12th of November, 1911, by Rev. Oliver C. Bronston, Mr. William Hooper, Jr., and Miss Anna L. Spegal, both of Girard." 
 
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HUFFMAN, Phebe Ann Davis (1831 - 1919) - Obit - Hunnewell Graphic (Hunnewell, MO) - 19 Sep 1919, pg.1
HUFFMAN, Phebe Ann Davis (1831 - 1919) - Obit - Hunnewell Graphic (Hunnewell, MO) - 19 Sep 1919, pg.1
"Mrs. P. A. Davis
Mrs. P A Davis, one of the old resident of the city passed away at her home in this city, Tuesday morning after and illness of several weeks duration.
Mrs. Phoebe Ann Davis widow of Paschal Davis has been a resident of Shelby County for thirty-eight years, one year at Oak Dale and thirty seven in the present home.
She was born in West Virginia Sept. 4 1831 and was 88 years and 12 days old. When 18 years of age she and other members of the family went by boat down the Ohio River and up the Mississippi as far as Albany, about 30 miles above Rock Island and Davenport.
Later she married and lived on a farm and raised six children, five of whom are now living. She was left a widow, while the children were quite young, but she continued to run the farm and kept the family together until they were able to do for themselves. During these strenuous years she took active part in church and Sunday School, in fact she acted as Sunday School superintendent in the country school house for a considerable time. She was a firm believer in the Bible and studied it earnestly, depending upon it as her source of strength and comfort, as a result she was a moral force in the community.
She as always ready to help in times of sickness and distress and was a kind neighbor and sincere friend.
During recent years she has spent part of her time with her children and grandchildren, where she was always welcome, for she took interest in the things they were most interested, living in the present instead of clinging to the past. But perhaps the most noticeable characteristic was her love for her home no matter how comfortable she was among her children, and longed to come back to Hunnewell, and greatly enjoyed doing so, she appreciated her neighbors for their kindness and helpful spirit, she was self reliant but she loved the people of Hunnewell for their willness to help.
She remarked about six weeks ago that this had been the most satisfactory summer she had spent for a long time.
She leaves to mourn her demise three sons and two daughters, as follows: Jas W. Carr, of Bremerton, Wash.; Chas. W. Carr, of Adrian, Mich.; L. D. Carr, of Ann Arbor, Mich.; Mrs. Clara E. Booth of York, Nebr., and Miss Cora A Carr of Chicago, Ill. Robt. M. Carr died twenty years ago.
Funeral services were conducted by Rev. R. O. Triplett and Marion Moore at the family home Wednesday morning at 10:30 and the remains were taken to her old home at ErieIll., for burial." 
 
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JENKINS, Geraldine (1912 - 1985) & LOWE, Northern (1905 - 1985) - Marriage Announcement - The Hamlin Herald (Hamlin, TX) - 21 Oct 1932, pg. 3
JENKINS, Geraldine (1912 - 1985) & LOWE, Northern (1905 - 1985) - Marriage Announcement - The Hamlin Herald (Hamlin, TX) - 21 Oct 1932, pg. 3
"MISS GERALDINE JENKINS MARRIED OCT. 8TH
Miss Geraldine Jenkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jenkins of the Dovie community was united in marriage to Mr. N. N. Lowe on Saturday, Oct. 8. Rev. L. K. Malone officiating in a quiet home ceremony.
Mrs. Lowe is one of the country's very charming and talented young women. She is especially good as a pianist, has taken great interest in community and quartet singing to the enjoyment of her host of friends.
Mr. Lowe formerly lived in the Dovie community and is well known among the younger set. This couple will make their home in Breckenridge, Texas." 
 
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JENKINS, Joseph Alexander (1838 - 1913) - Story - Visits McKinney, Tx, Seen by Dr.; Visited by son, John W. The Courier-Gazette - 20 Nov 1911, pg. 4
JENKINS, Joseph Alexander (1838 - 1913) - Story - Visits McKinney, Tx, Seen by Dr.; Visited by son, John W. The Courier-Gazette - 20 Nov 1911, pg. 4
 
 
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JENKINS, Leenettie Ann Davis (1878 -1950) - Obit - Abilene Reporter-News (Abilene, TX) - 12 Jul 1950, pg. 17
JENKINS, Leenettie Ann Davis (1878 -1950) - Obit - Abilene Reporter-News (Abilene, TX) - 12 Jul 1950, pg. 17
Last Rites Today For Jones Pioneer
ANSON, July 12,---Funeral services for Mrs. Leenettie Ann Davis, a pioneer Jones County resident, were to be held at 4:30 p. m. today at the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, three miles south of Anson.
Mrs. Davis, who came with her husband to settle near Hawley in the early part of the century, died Tuesday at Anson.
Burial will be in the Hawley Cemetery under the direction of Lawrence-Edwards Funeral Home of Anson.
Mrs. Davis came to Texas when 10 years old, living in Collin County until after her marriage to J. G. Davis in 1897. With the exception of about 10 years, they have made their home at Hawley since moving to Jones County.
Survivors include her husband; one son, V. L. Davis, Hawley; two daughters, Mrs. Ernest Miles, Tyler; Mrs. Pauling Thurman, Anson; one brother, J. W. Jenkins, Brownsfield; two sisters, Mrs. Rebecca Geer of Westminster and Mrs. Artie Davis, Dallas; ten grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren." 
 
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JENKINS, Rebecca Catherine (1886 - 1958) & GEER, James Eliab (1873 - 1938) - Marriage Announcement - McKinney Daily Courier (McKinney, TX) - 23 May 1903, pg.1
JENKINS, Rebecca Catherine (1886 - 1958) & GEER, James Eliab (1873 - 1938) - Marriage Announcement - McKinney Daily Courier (McKinney, TX) - 23 May 1903, pg.1
"GEER-JENKINS NUPTIALS
Two Popular Young People Of Southeast Collin Wed

James Geer, a prosperous young farmer of the Clear Lake neighborhood, and Miss Rebecca Jenkins, a pretty, popular and accomplished young lady of Culleoka, were married this morning in the County Clerk's office, Judge F. E. Wilcox officiating. A large crowd witnessed the ceremony." 
 
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JONES, George Fredrick (1882 - 1961) & STILES, Susan Ethel (1888 - 1956) - Marriage Announcement - Fort Scott Tribune and The Fort Scott Monitor (Fort Scott, KS) - 29 Jan 1908, pg. 4
JONES, George Fredrick (1882 - 1961) & STILES, Susan Ethel (1888 - 1956) - Marriage Announcement - Fort Scott Tribune and The Fort Scott Monitor (Fort Scott, KS) - 29 Jan 1908, pg. 4
Marriage Announcement for Fred Jones & Sue Stiles in the Fort Scott Tribune and The Fort Scott Monitor 29 Jan 1908 
 
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JONES, George Fredrick (1882 - 1961) - Story - Baseball fan & practical jokester. - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) at Newspapers.com - 19 Aug 1937, pg. 7
JONES, George Fredrick (1882 - 1961) - Story - Baseball fan & practical jokester. - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) at Newspapers.com - 19 Aug 1937, pg. 7
"BECAUSE THEY are ardent baseball fans, Fred Jones, 114 South Adams st., and A. D. "Andy" Watson, 313 East Sherman st., occasionally accuse each other of "jinxing" the Hutchinson Larks as they taunt opposing base runners through the fence in the vicinity of Carey park's thrid base...Watson was given a perfect chance for a joke when Jones made a recent vacation trip to California....On his return, Jones found a notice on his front door: 'Hutchinson Larks, when you left - fifth place; when you returned - second place.'" 
 
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JONES, George Fredrick (1882 - 1961) - Story - Exercises options to purchase Central Press. - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) - 12 Aug 1936, pg. 6
JONES, George Fredrick (1882 - 1961) - Story - Exercises options to purchase Central Press. - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) - 12 Aug 1936, pg. 6
"Exercise Options
Fred Jones and Clarence Miller, operators of the Central Press, 14 South Walnut st., have exercised their option to purchase the defunct Drennen-Stewart Press. The option was approved today in district court. Jones and Miller have changed the name to Central Press and have operated it several months." 
 
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JONES, James R - Story - Blows open safe in Perryville, KS - The Tonganoxie Mirror (Tonganoxie, KS) - 27 Dec 1883, pg. 4
JONES, James R - Story - Blows open safe in Perryville, KS - The Tonganoxie Mirror (Tonganoxie, KS) - 27 Dec 1883, pg. 4
James R Jones, who was acquitted of the 1879 murder of James M Cotton, is arrested in Dec 1883 at Lenape, KS for blowing open a safe at a US Post office in Perryville, KS. 
 
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JONES, John Milton (1855 - 1920) - Funeral Notice - The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Ogden, UT) 31 Oct 1920, pg. 11
JONES, John Milton (1855 - 1920) - Funeral Notice - The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Ogden, UT) 31 Oct 1920, pg. 11
 
 
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JONES, John Milton (1855 - 1920) - Obit - The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Ogden, UT) 29 Oct 1920, pg. 8
JONES, John Milton (1855 - 1920) - Obit - The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Ogden, UT) 29 Oct 1920, pg. 8
 
 
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JONES, Margaret Helen Rayner (1912 - 2000) - Story - Elected vice president of Carey Salt Employees Federal Credit Union - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) at Newspapers.com - 4 Feb 1973, pg. 27
JONES, Margaret Helen Rayner (1912 - 2000) - Story - Elected vice president of Carey Salt Employees Federal Credit Union - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) at Newspapers.com - 4 Feb 1973, pg. 27
 
 
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LITTLE, Mary Etta Johnson (1861 - 1937) - Obit - The Marion Star (Marion, OH) at Newspapers.com - 23 Nov 1937, pg. 3
LITTLE, Mary Etta Johnson (1861 - 1937) - Obit - The Marion Star (Marion, OH) at Newspapers.com - 23 Nov 1937, pg. 3
"FORMER RESIDENT OF LARUE DIES
Mrs. Mary Etta Johnson Passes Away at Daughter's Home.
RICHWOOD, O., Nov. 23-Mrs. Mary Etta Johnson, 76, a resident of LaRue many years, died last night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Guy Prettyman of one mile south of Richwood. She had been ill since August. Mrs. Johnson was born at LaRue on June 1, 1861, to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Little. Surviving are the daughter, a sister, Mrs. Louisa Mustaine of Kenton and one brother, George Little of LaRue. The funeral will be conducted Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at the LaRue M. E. church of which Mrs. Johnson was a member. Burial will be made in the LaRue cemetery." 
 
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MORGAN, James (1824 - 1904) - Obit - The Jeffersonian Gazette (Lawrence, KS) 16 Mar 1904, pg. 5
MORGAN, James (1824 - 1904) - Obit - The Jeffersonian Gazette (Lawrence, KS) 16 Mar 1904, pg. 5
 
 
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MORGAN, Sarah Cotton (1822 - 1914) - Obit - The Lincoln Star (Lincoln, NE) - 3 May 1914, pg. 2
MORGAN, Sarah Cotton (1822 - 1914) - Obit - The Lincoln Star (Lincoln, NE) - 3 May 1914, pg. 2
 
 
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PAULSEL, Henrietta Biggs (1847 - 1918) - Obit - The Chanute Daily Tribune (Chanute, KS) - 21 Jan 1918, pg. 4
PAULSEL, Henrietta Biggs (1847 - 1918) - Obit - The Chanute Daily Tribune (Chanute, KS) - 21 Jan 1918, pg. 4
"MRS. HENRIETTA BIGGS, 71, DEAD
She Was Carried From Her Home When It Burned a Week Ago.

Mrs. Henrietta Biggs, 71 years old, died last evening at 5 o'clock at the home of G. H. Armstrong where she was carried a week ago Saturday when the Biggs home, five miles southwest of the city, was destroyed by fire.
Mrs. Biggs had been in poor health for years, her final illness beginning last September.
The funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Union Valley Church. They will be conducted by Dr. B. F. Gaither, pastor of the First Methodist church of Chanute.
Mrs. Biggs was 71 years old January 8. She had lived in this vicinity forty-two years. Her husband died nineteen years ago December 1, last, and she leaves two children, William Biggs and Mrs. Fred Bower, also a sister Mrs. S. E. However of Gibson City, Ill.
She is also survived by three step-children, Mrs. Rena Terry of Maywood, Henry Biggs of Hutchinson, Kas., and Mrs. Della Curtis of San Jose, Ill." 
 
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PEGG, John A (1841 - 1913) - Obit - Muncie Evening Press (Muncie, IN) - 14 Jan 1913, pg. 5
PEGG, John A (1841 - 1913) - Obit - Muncie Evening Press (Muncie, IN) - 14 Jan 1913, pg. 5
 
 
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RANER, Cetelba Jane 'Jennie' Waters (abt. 1858 - 1936) - Obit - The Montana Standard (Butte, MT) - 21 Nov 1936, pg. 7
RANER, Cetelba Jane "Jennie" Waters (abt. 1858 - 1936) - Obit - The Montana Standard (Butte, MT) - 21 Nov 1936, pg. 7
"LONG SICKNESS FATAL TO MRS. JENNIE WATERS
DILLON, NOV. 20. - (SPECIAL) - Mrs. Jennie Waters, wife of J. Perry Waters and a resident of Dillon for nearly 50 years, died in the Barrett hospital early today after a long illness.
She was born 74 years ago in Braxton, W. Va., coming to Dillon in the late 80's, only a few years after the city was founded.
For years, she and her husband operated a ranch east of Dillon.
Surviving are her husband and a daughter in Seattle.
The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Brundage chapel. The Rev. W. J. Loar of the Baptist church will officiate. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery." 
 
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RAYNER, Ernest Lloyd (1908 - 1968) - Graduation Announcement - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) - 16 May 1927, pg. 6
RAYNER, Ernest Lloyd (1908 - 1968) - Graduation Announcement - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) - 16 May 1927, pg. 6
 
 
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ROBERTSON, John Paul Mulholland (1942 - 1976) - Killed in Plane Crash - St. Louis Post-Dispatch 29 Dec 1976, pg. 3
ROBERTSON, John Paul Mulholland (1942 - 1976) - Killed in Plane Crash - St. Louis Post-Dispatch 29 Dec 1976, pg. 3
 
 
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ROBERTSON, Richard Leon (1924 - 1926) - Obit - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) - 18 Sep 1926, pg. 2
ROBERTSON, Richard Leon (1924 - 1926) - Obit - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) - 18 Sep 1926, pg. 2
"Death of Little Boy
Richard Leon the year and a half old son of Mr and Mrs. W. J. Robertson of 729 West 17th street, died at the home last night and funeral services will be held tomorrow at 3 o'clock from Friesen's Funeral Parlors. Rev. A. E. Henry will be in charge and burial will be in Fairlawn cemetery.
He is survived by his parents and nine brothers and sisters." 
 
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ROBERTSON, William Jonah, Jr (1923 - 1937) - Drowns in Cow creek - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) - 18 Jun 1937, pg. 1
ROBERTSON, William Jonah, Jr (1923 - 1937) - Drowns in Cow creek - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) - 18 Jun 1937, pg. 1
 
 
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RUSH, ELizabeth Eital (1846 - 1922) - Obit - The Marion Star (Marion, OH) - 15 Sep 1922, pg. 10
RUSH, ELizabeth Eital (1846 - 1922) - Obit - The Marion Star (Marion, OH) - 15 Sep 1922, pg. 10
 
 
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SIEGRIST, Abraham Lincoln (1858 - 1913) - Obit - The Hutchinson News - 15 Jul 1913, pg. 9
SIEGRIST, Abraham Lincoln (1858 - 1913) - Obit - The Hutchinson News - 15 Jul 1913, pg. 9
 
 
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SIEGRIST, Hettie F (1866 - 1940) - Obit - Council Grove Republican (Council Grove, KS) 12 Nov 1940, pg. 1
SIEGRIST, Hettie F (1866 - 1940) - Obit - Council Grove Republican (Council Grove, KS) 12 Nov 1940, pg. 1
 
 
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SIEGRIST, John Henry (1877 - 1944) - Story - Wants Sacramento, CA. Chamber of Commerce - The Hutchinson News - 10 May 1913, pg. 7
SIEGRIST, John Henry (1877 - 1944) - Story - Wants Sacramento, CA. Chamber of Commerce - The Hutchinson News - 10 May 1913, pg. 7
 
 
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SMITH, Gardenia (1929 - 2001) & PILLEY, Hubert (1929 - 1999) - Marriage Announcement - Abilene Reporter-News (Abilene, TX) 21 Nov 1945, pg. 17
SMITH, Gardenia (1929 - 2001) & PILLEY, Hubert (1929 - 1999) - Marriage Announcement - Abilene Reporter-News (Abilene, TX) 21 Nov 1945, pg. 17
 
 
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WADDELL, Joan & SIEGRIST, Wesley William (1934 - 2012) - Winning Picture in News Snapshot Contest - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) 24 Jul 1937, pg. 1
WADDELL, Joan & SIEGRIST, Wesley William (1934 - 2012) - Winning Picture in News Snapshot Contest - The Hutchinson News (Hutchinson, KS) 24 Jul 1937, pg. 1
 
 


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